Digital Banking Resources

Digital Banking at First Bank


Touch ID or PIN authentication
Once you create your 2FA, you have option layers of security to add to your device.  Easily and securely log in using you fingerprint, a personal identification number or face recognition.
View balances and account activity
Search for transactions, add a note or an image, and filter by tags. Understand your activity and find what you’re looking for—fast.
Make deposits with a snap of your camera (mobile devices only)
Deposit checks into qualified accounts using the mobile remote deposit feature.
Bill pay and person-to-person payments
Make one-time payments or schedule monthly bills.  Quickly and securely send money to friends and family.
Transfer funds
Effortlessly initiate one-time, future date or repeating transfers between First Bank accounts or link to external accounts.
Personalize your app
Arrange the app’s features in a way that makes the most sense to you—customize the app on a per-device basis and move things around however you like.

On the Go and use your Mobile Device? Download the First Bank IA Digital Banking app from your favorite app store.

Google App Store      Apple App Store

Keeping You Safe

First Bank's Digital Banking offers your more layers of security to protect your accounts and your personal information.

Two-factor Authentication

When you first login to First Bank Digital for the first time from any platform, you will be asked to enroll in 2FA (Two-factor Authentication).  2FA adds an extra layer of protection used to ensure the security of online accounts beyond just a username and password. As part of the enrollment, you will need to provide your email and phone number. If you do not choose for your device to be remembered by First Bank Digital, the 2FA phone needs to be accessible each time you login. You will also be asked to choose between four methods of receiving the verification code. We recommend end users receive a text via a mobile phone, but you can also choose to receive a phone call via a landline or a verification code through the Authy app. Once you have enrolled, you will not have to re-enroll unless you choose to reset your 2FA.